"We went to Times Square, and I stole these Top Gun aviator sunglasses. And the shopkeeper came running after me, and Che tackled him so I can get away."

Times Square is a major commercial intersection in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue and stretching from West 42nd to West 47th Streets.


Beginning of World War II

In December 7, 1941, Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes were attending an art lesson, where Barnes was more interested in the model, when news erupted that the United States had entered World War II after a bombing over Pearl Harbor.

Rogers discussed with Barnes the need to enlist, as their country would need every available men to fight in the war. Barnes tried to dissuade Rogers given his frail physical condition, citing that he got winded just for taking three flights of stairs. Rogers asked Barnes to prepare him as a physical trainer, given his status as the three-time West Side YMCA Welterweight champion. Barnes, although worried about his friend, agreed to do it.[1]

Return of Captain America

Captain America awoke from his nearly 70 years of slumber in what seemed a hospital room in New York City. Realizing that it was a ploy due to the radio airing a football matched he attended in 1941, he escaped to the streets of modern New York City.

Confused for the environment, Rogers was surrounded in Times Square, where Nick Fury, director of S.H.I.E.L.D., explained that the reason for the ruse was to facilitate his transition to the 21st century after nearly 70 years of sleep. Rogers was saddened realizing that everything and everyone he knew was most probably gone.[2]


Appearances for Times Square

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